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Please be advised that this is a spiritual website. Netiquette is the religion of the internet. To be perfectly clear it is religious. The Golden Rule is a religuous standard that encomapasses all Netiquette that I write for religious purposes.
I, David Chiles was born in Seattle, Washington, to well educated parents. I began winning writing competitions at O'Dea High School in Seattle, WA, and went on to win them in College as well. My B.A. was earned from Morehouse College in 1998 and I have taken computer courses, attended workshops, and participated in Mooc's at The University of Washington, Cornell, and Hasso Platner Institute.
In 2006, I began working on NetworkEtiquette.net, the authority on internet etiquette. This site, Netiquette, is a site written and programmed solely by me.
In 2013, I published, Internet Users Guide: Safe & Successful Surfing, my first eBook. That book was followed up by Apps: Everything You Need To know. These books were self published on Amazon.com in the ebook and paperback format. $2.99 and $5.99 respectively.
Netiquette is changing the world. It is about doing the right thing no matter what and influences others to do the right thing as well. My website is about doing the right thing when you are using a computer because computers have a single user interface. Users are free to do what they want with their user interface. However, God, Hackers, and the companies that create the technology are watching.
I have always been interested in computers. I wrote my first program on an Atari 400 with my Mom's help. At Morehouse College I decided that I wanted to be part of the internet revolution. In 1998 I was recruited by the Harvard School of Education and articulated my Netiquette Plan to them in great detail. Unfortunately, I did not feel they believed in me and did not apply.
I began making speeches about Netiquette at the University of Washington Toastmasters in 2003. My netiquette speeches were about web design and video games. I performed a series of speeches to earn my comptent Toastmaster designation and began a couple of speech series in advanced manuals.
The UW Toastmaster group I was a member of had standardized netiquette rules for our email list. While participating in Toastmasters I attended free computer programming workshops taught by students in the education department.
And that is how netiquette started. From basic programming I learned at the University of Washington to what this site is today.
Social Media Network and Mobile Netiquette are mobile sites I am developing to compliment the news, netiquette, and rich content of this site for mobile devices.
iRapRecords.com is another site that I am developing as a hobby to create a positive influence on Society and urban culture. iRap stands for Internet Rap. I am creating the Nerdcore genre based on good netiquette.